Get Your Who On With This Series 8 Dr. Who Retro Poster Collection

Posted: December 19, 2014 in Movies

 

Peter Capaldi is the 12th actor to regenerate in the incantation of Dr. Who. The BBC series has been running continuously (except for a 8 year break between 1997-2004) since 1963. The initial 12 episodes of the Capaldi Who have just finished their British run. Having survived Daleks, dinosaurs, assorted ghosts of the pasts, a visit to Sherwood Forest and an alliance with Robin Hood, the fearsome Teller of the cosmos’ most deadliest bank, the Skovox Blitzer, a moon disaster, a mummy, being captured in a shrinking TARDIS, a tree invasion and more Cybermen, the good Dr is guaranteed a long series run.The BBC has commissioned Big Chief Studios to do 12 posters, one for each Season 8 episode (Deep Breath, Into the Dalek, Robot of Sherwood, Listen, Time Heist, The Caretaker, Kill the Moon, Mummy on the Orient Express, Flatline, In the Forest of the Night, Dark Water, and Death in Heaven), to celebrate the successful launch of the Peter Capaldi Who. British digital artist Stuart Manning has created each poster with a retro look that recalls other classic movie posters.

Each W11″ x H14″ art print is printed on high grade satin art stock with UV light stable inks and is suitable for framing. The set comes packed in a bespoke envelope with string and washer closure, a cover letter and numbered certificate of authenticity. Also included are two 8″ X 10″ lobby card stills. The set is limited to a 2000 print worldwide run.

Go here to order.

The Caretaker

Dark Water

Death in Heaven

Deep Breath

Flatline

In the Forest of the Night

Into the Dalek

Kill the Moon

Listen

Mummy on the Orient Express

Robot of Sherwood

Time Heist

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